Statue of Abraham Lincoln

30th January 2019

Manchester's famous statue of Abraham Lincoln has been temporarily removed from its pedestal on Lincoln Square for safe keeping during the construction of adjacent Brazennose House, a new 102,000 sqf Grade A, 6 storey office with ground floor retail units, which will be ready for occupation in March 2021.

Earlier this week, US Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson visited the monument, which will be reinstated as the focal point of a new peace garden to be created by M&G and CDP, the developers of Brazennose House, in collaboration with Manchester City Council and adjoining property owners.

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